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Mayor Walsh launches Age Strong public awareness campaign

A citizen petition entitled “Petition for Renaming Dudley Square to Nubian Square” was sponsored by...

Thousands gathered at City Hall Plaza for the strike.

Anyone who remembers the original Prudential Center remembers the giant statue oftentimes referred...

The Council voted to adopt a resolution recognizing the week of September 15 – 21 as National...

Once complete, the new narrative arts center will serve as a literary destination at 50 Liberty...

Mayor Walsh celebrates Age-Friendly Bench program with community

Traffic Advisory for Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22, 2019

The application is to demolish a house at 197 Green Street in Jamaica Plain.

i-Lab Team explores, experiments, and evaluates solutions to accelerate innovation in the housing...

Proposed regulations are aimed at addressing vaping and tobacco use among youth in Boston

Marriage certificate requests now available online, an addition to birth and death certificates...

New Engine 42 firehouse marks a $23.5 million investment in Roxbury

At the South End Landmark District Commission (SELDC) hearing on September 3, the Commission...

The Aberdeen Architectural Conservation District’s (AACD) seemingly chaotic historic development...

The application is to demolish a residence at 55 Meyer Street in Roslindale.

Join us for an information session about upcoming renovations at the BCYF Curley Community Center.

Mayor Walsh celebrates the opening of Walker Park Apartments and Delphine's Courtyard

EPIC (Empowering People for Inclusive Communities) is a community service and education program for...

IMPACT Melanoma teamed up with the City of Boston, Brigham Health, and Massachusetts General...

September marks Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and National Recovery Month.

Hotel workers filled the City Council chamber urging support as they strike to preserve and improve...

The Council passed a resolution in opposition to federal policy changes that infringe on the rights...

Mayor Walsh signed an executive order that prohibits City of Boston employees or their family...

The Shout Syndicate has awarded $200,000 to 10 Greater Boston nonprofit arts organizations that...

Traffic Advisory for Saturday and Sunday, September 14 and 15, 2019

"An Act to Further Leverage Commercial Development to Build Housing, Create Jobs, and Preserve...

In this role, Lisa will serve as the primary contact for constituents and businesses looking to...

$2.2 million was awarded to 51 organizations that promote economic mobility for low-income Boston...

In 2016, Mayor Martin J. Walsh signed a City ordinance called “Establishing Language and...